Downtown Guymon is a clean, rejuvenated, friendly hometown that is the heart of the Panhandle with a variety of unique shops and art and cultural oriented activities, in historic buildings that encourage anyone passing through to spend some time here. It is also a place that our residents are proud of.
Spring Community Clean-Up
Consider taking part in the annual Spring Community Clean-Up. Take part and give an hour or two to clean up an area you needs some work. It can be a public area, such as a part or alongside a road, a ditch bank, your alley, or a empty lot. Instead of seeing it as you drive by and thinking, “Someone need to do something about that” – be the someone and do something.
Ask your family to help you. Ask your friends to join you. Ask a club or group or coworkers to take part.
Together we can make a huge difference in how our community looks. And feels. And how it gives us pride.
On Saturday, April 14, newly elected Arleen James is inviting people to come and help spiff up the Texas County Fairgrounds. She is hoping to get groups to wield paint brushes, sanders, and do general clean – up. Her plan is to have crews from 9 to 11 am and from 11 am to 1 pm. She’ll also provide lunch for workers. Giver her a call at the OSU Extension office for more information.
The Bank of the Panhandle will have employees cleaning on April 19 in the area between the Hitch Rodeo Arena and the Guymon High School football field.
On Saturday, April 21, the City of Guymon will have the landfill open all day and also will take paints and chemicals, limbs, tires, appliances, furniture at the Texas County Fairgrounds parking lot from 8 am to 4 pm. The Transfer Station will be open from 8 am to 5 pm.
That day the OPSU Football team will send two crews to help with the litter pick – up on the road entrances into town. They need some help.
Summer Behne and the Business and Professionals of American Club is going to pitch in and help on Saturday, April 28.